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Earth Mechanics average salary is $59,834, median salary is $59,592 with a salary range from $43,992 to $81,910.
Earth Mechanics salaries are collected from government agencies and companies. Each salary is associated with a real job position. Earth Mechanics salary statistics is not exclusive and is for reference only. They are presented "as is" and updated regularly.
Low
43,992
Average
59,834
Median
59,592
High
81,910
Total 16 Earth Mechanics Salaries. Sorted by Date, page 1
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Job Title Salaries City Year More Info
Staff Engineer 80,974-80,974 Fountain Valley, CA, 92708 2015 Earth Mechanics Staff Engineer Salaries (12)
Earth Mechanics Fountain Valley, CA Salaries
Civil Engineers 75,816-75,816 Fountain Valley, CA, 92708 2013 Earth Mechanics Civil Engineers Salaries (3)
Earth Mechanics Fountain Valley, CA Salaries
Civil Engineer 58,240-58,240 San Marcos, CA, 92069 2013 Earth Mechanics Civil Engineer Salaries (2)
Earth Mechanics San Marcos, CA Salaries
Staff Engineer 66,165-66,165 Fountain Valley, CA, 92708 2012 Earth Mechanics Staff Engineer Salaries (12)
Earth Mechanics Fountain Valley, CA Salaries
Civil Engineers 81,910-81,910 Fountain Valley, CA, 92708 2012 Earth Mechanics Civil Engineers Salaries (3)
Earth Mechanics Fountain Valley, CA Salaries
Staff Engineer 59,280-59,280 Fountain Valley, CA, 92708 2011 Earth Mechanics Staff Engineer Salaries (12)
Earth Mechanics Fountain Valley, CA Salaries
Staff Engineer 56,160-56,160 San Marcos, CA, 92069 2011 Earth Mechanics Staff Engineer Salaries (12)
Earth Mechanics San Marcos, CA Salaries
Staff Engineer 48,880-59,904 Fountain Valley, CA, 92708 2010 Earth Mechanics Staff Engineer Salaries (12)
Earth Mechanics Fountain Valley, CA Salaries
Staff Engineer 59,904-59,904 Oakland, CA, 94601 2010 Earth Mechanics Staff Engineer Salaries (12)
Earth Mechanics Oakland, CA Salaries
Civil Engineers 64,792-64,792 Fountain Valley, CA, 92708 2010 Earth Mechanics Civil Engineers Salaries (3)
Earth Mechanics Fountain Valley, CA Salaries
Staff Civil Engineer 43,992-55,640 Fountain Valley, CA, 92708 2010 Earth Mechanics Staff Civil Engineer Salaries (3)
Earth Mechanics Fountain Valley, CA Salaries
Civil Engineer 48,048-48,048 Fountain Valley, CA, 92708 2010 Earth Mechanics Civil Engineer Salaries (2)
Earth Mechanics Fountain Valley, CA Salaries
Civil Engineer (geotechnical) 52,000-52,000 Fountain Valley, CA, 92708 2010 Earth Mechanics Civil Engineer (geotechnical) Salaries (1)
Earth Mechanics Fountain Valley, CA Salaries
Geotechnical Engineer 61,901-61,901 Fountain Valley, CA, 92708 2010 Earth Mechanics Geotechnical Engineer Salaries (1)
Earth Mechanics Fountain Valley, CA Salaries
Project Civil Engineer 68,890-68,890 Fountain Valley, CA, 92708 2010 Earth Mechanics Project Civil Engineer Salaries (1)
Earth Mechanics Fountain Valley, CA Salaries
Soils, Engineer 48,048-48,048 Fountain Valley, CA, 92708 2010 Earth Mechanics Soils, Engineer Salaries (1)
Earth Mechanics Fountain Valley, CA Salaries
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Recent Earth Mechanics Salaries (December 9, 2016)
Staff Engineer Earth Mechanics $80,974 Fountain Valley, CA, 92708 08/04/2015

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Earth Mechanics Information
  • EARTH MECHANICS INC
  • Industry: Construction Services
  • City: Suite E Fountain Valley, CA
  • Earth Mechanics, Inc. is a geotechnical and earthquake engineering consulting company. The firm was founded in February 1989 by two founding principals who worked together on designs of foundations for coastal and offshore structures, worldwide, for oil companies. Many of these structures are supported on deep foundations and are located in highly seismic areas. After the downturn in the oil-and-gas market in the early to mid 1980's, they switched their project emphasis to bridges in California; this transition was logical because many bridges are supported on deep foundations and California has severe seismic vulnerabilities. Today, the firm consists of four...